Let's Write Together
June 2017 edition of Your Latest Page: News from IWWG 

 

Your Latest Page: 

News from The Guild

June 2017

 In this issue:

  • Still TimeOne Week!to Register for the Summer Conference
  • Save TWO Dates in October
  • We’re LOGOlicious.
  • Hot Off the Presses! Guild Members’ Latest Books
  • Follow the Flow! Monthly Writing Excercise
 

Your Latest Page News

Still Time to Register for the Summer Conference:

Come for a Day or a Long Weekend!

WHEN:  July 7‒14, 2017

WHERE:  Muhlenberg College, Allentown, PA

WHAT:

  • 30 workshops in all genres (click for schedule & descriptions)
  • 3 critique groups, in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry
  • 2 book fairs (Sunday and Thursday eves)
  • 4 evenings of open readings by participants (Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday)
  • 6 evenings of celebration and a musical jam session in the Red Door Lounge
  • 1 community salon called “Writing for Racial Healing” (Monday eve)
  • 1 art studio (Monday eve)
  • 3 meals a day, with all kinds of choices, prepared by a chef (not you!)

WHY:

  • education and advocacy for your writing
  • community with your writing sisters
  • retreat, revitalization, returning to self

See your conference-attendance options and register HERE.

 
Save TWO Dates in October

Saturday, October 7, 2017:  Niagara Creative Writing & Poetry Conference (formerly the Flagship City Creative Writing Writing & Poetry Conference, in Erie, PA): Hosted, for our second year, by Marisa Moks-Unger, Erie County Poet Laureate.

Saturday & Sunday, October 14 & 15, 2017:  Digital Village Open House: Take a tour of our new website and online programming!

We’re LOGOlicious.

We’ve already shared her with you, and your feedback has been wonderful. Did you notice that her face is also a thumbs-up hand?

Hot Off the Presses! Guild Members’ Latest Books

Cathy Bamji:  This Too Shall Pass: A Journey through Grief to the Other Side

Arlene S. Bice:  A Nosegay of Violets

Lisa Irish:  Grieving with a Grateful Heart

Janet Lombardi:  Bankruptcy: A Love Story 

MaryAnn Myers:  Ben Said ‒ Book Six of the Winning Odds Series

Andrea Parisi (Andrea Pakieser):  Italian Through Food: A practical guide to learning the language of la cucina italiana

Lesley Stark Tabor:  Into the Worlds ‒ Worldwalkers Book 1  and Frayed Web ‒ WorldWalkers Book 2 

E. Lynne Wright:  Florida Disasters: True Stories of Tragedy and Survival

Follow the Flow! : Our Monthly Writing Exercise

Every Your Latest Page features a linefrom a published text, the following of which―heart to mind to pen―will bearwitness to the world and, in so doing, re-create it.

From Ada Limón’s “The Conditional”:

Say tomorrow doesn’t come.

Consider generating your lines (verse) or sentences (prose) with the refrain “Say…”

(Remember to credit AdaLimón in your final draft.)

Start typing and press Enter to search